Inspiration

 

Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs #5

 •  September 26

Are you looking for some photography-themed books for your fall reading? Here are some options that include documentary, photojournalism,...

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Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs #4

 •  September 18

Are you looking for some photography-themed books for your winter reading? Here are some options that include street photography, found images,...

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Dark Side of the Moon

 •  August 30

Lewis M. Rutherfurd’s Moon is an albumen silver print that the pioneering astrophotographer produced in 1865 by attaching his photographic...

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From Painting to Photography and Back Again

 •  August 22

You’re probably already familiar with Henri Cartier-Bresson's images, but did you know that this famous pioneer of street photography started out...

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Our August/September Issue

 •  August 1

In the August/September issue, you won't want to miss the profile on documentary photographer Charles-Frédérick Ouellet. There are also interviews...

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Willard Sterling Boyle & the CCD Sensor

 •  July 30

Canadian physicist Willard Sterling Boyle (August 19, 1924–May 7, 2011) was known as a pioneer in laser technology. He and George E. Smith...

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Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs: Summer 2018 (Part 3)

 •  July 25

Fred Herzog: Modern Color, An Enduring Wilderness: Toronto's Natural Parklands, The Nordic Cookbook, Nordic: A Photographic Essay of Landscapes, Food...

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Women in Photography

 •  July 10

Jill Greenberg recently gave a Ted Talk on women in photography. Her initiative Alreadymade showcases a group of extremely experienced, talented...

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Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs: Summer 2018 (Part 2)

 •  June 29

Are you looking for some photography-themed books for your summer reading? Here are some options that include landscape, street photography,...

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Our June/July Issue Is Out!

 •  June 1

The June/July issue is on newssstands, and it's great! There's an article about the benefits of being a generalist, as well as one on collaborative...

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